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Smart Phone Tool Specification

Author(s)
Richard P. Ayers
This paper defines requirements for mobile device applications capable of acquiring data from smart phones operating over a Global System for Mobile

Smart Phone Tool Test Assertions and Test Plan

Author(s)
Richard P. Ayers
This paper defines assertions and test cases for mobile device applications capable of acquiring data from mobile devices operating over a Global System for

Strategic Plan 2010

Author(s)
Gerald T. Fraser
The Optical Technology Division s 2010 Strategic Plan defines the Mission, Vision, and Strategic Elements for the Division. The Strategic Elements consist of

Nanomechanical Measurements and Tools

Author(s)
Robert F. Cook
Nanotechnology provides great opportunities for the development of advanced devices with enormous quality-of-life and economic benefits, with applications

Report on the Key Comparison CCPR K2.a-2003

Author(s)
Yoshihiro Ohno, Steven W. Brown, Thomas C. Larason
Under the framework of Mutual Recognition Arrangement (MRA) for national measurements standards and for calibration and measurement certificates issued by

Innovations in Maximum Likelihood Quantum State Tomography

Author(s)
Scott C. Glancy, Emanuel H. Knill, Thomas Gerrits, Tracy S. Clement, Brice R. Calkins, Adriana E. Lita, Aaron J. Miller, Alan L. Migdall, Sae Woo Nam, Richard P. Mirin
At NIST we are engaged in an experiment whose goal is to create superpositions of optical coherent states (such superpositions are sometimes called

Update on DMIS Certification

Author(s)
William G. Rippey
The Dimensional Standards Consortium (DMSC) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) announced the rollout of the DMSC's DMIS Certification

First approaches to standard protocols and reference materials for the assessment of potential hazards associated with nanomaterials

Author(s)
Iseult Lynch, Hans Bouwmeester, Hans Marvin, Alan Casey, Gordon Chambers, Markus Berges, Martin Clift, Teresa Fernandes, Lise Fjellsbo, Lucienne Juillerat, Gert Roebben, Christoph Klein, Qinglan Wu, Vincent A. Hackley, Jean-Pierre Kaiser, Wolfgang Kreyling, C. Michael Garner, Peter Hatto, Kenneth Dawson, Michael Riediker
This report presents the outcome of the discussions of 60 experts in the field of safety assessment of manufactured NMs from academia, industry, government and

Clathrate Hydrate Physical Property Database

Author(s)
Kenneth G. Kroenlein, Chris D. Muzny, Andrei F. Kazakov, Vladimir Diky, Robert D. Chirico, E. D. Sloan, Michael D. Frenkel
To facilitate advances in application of technologies pertaining to gas hydrates, a database containing experimentally-derived information about those materials

Overview of the TAC 2008 Update Summarization Task

Author(s)
Hoa T. Dang, Karolina K. Owczarzak
The summarization track at the Text Analysis Conference (TAC) is a direct continuation of the Document Understanding Conference (DUC) series of workshops

A VVSG-derived model of election data

Author(s)
David W. Flater
An effort to define a common data format for voting systems should begin with a data model that specifies the relevant concepts. To accelerate adoption and

Performance of a Nanopositioner Controller Filter Compensator

Author(s)
Donna Le, Nicholas G. Dagalakis, Jason J. Gorman, Jae M. Yoo
We describe the use of appropriate type simple resistor and capacitor (RC) compensators, which properly connected to a power amplifier, can improve the dynamic

NIST s Integrated Colony Enumerator (NICE)

Author(s)
Matthew L. Clarke, Jeeseong Hwang
Enumeration of bacterial colonies in an agar plate is simple in concept, but automated colony counting is difficult due to variations in colony color, size

DSQAP Exercise C Report

Author(s)
Catherine A. Rimmer, Laura J. Wood, Katrice A. Lippa, Melissa M. Phillips

Mobile Device Forensics - Tool Testing

Author(s)
Richard P. Ayers
The goal of the Computer Forensic Tool Testing (CFTT) project at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is to establish a methodology for